This morning, Obama bans solitary confinement for juvenile prisoners, Italy signs $18 billion of business deals with Iran, nudists in California could sue for "discrimination," and more.
Rumsfeld brings Winston Churchill's variant of Solitaire to iOS with new game.
In a new biography, former President George H.W. Bush chastises former Vice President Dick Cheney's for his combative language after the 2001 terror attacks and calls former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld "an arrogant fellow."
Though the government heavily redacted portions of Mohamedou Ould Slahi's 'Guantanamo Diary,' the detention facility won't even allow Slahi to read the book.
In addition to being a detention facility, Guantanamo was set up as a place to experiment with interrogation techniques and test 'the limits of the human spirit,' a new report finds.
This week, Reihan Salam sits down with filmmaker Errol Morris to discuss his latest film, The Unknown Known, a portrait of one of the leading architects of the Iraq War—Donald Rumsfeld.
Here is a clip from Errol Morris's documentary The Unknown Known, which explores how the ideas, fears, and certainties of Donald Rumsfeld, written out on paper, transformed America, changed the course of history, and led to war.
I recently met up with Opie and Anthony, along with Jim Norton, to discuss how media censorship is actually getting worse, why weed still isn’t legal, and whether or not lizard people exist.